Friday, 16 December 2016
Thursday, 15 December 2016
Today the Year sevens went to kiwi sport sessions with Mr Ogilvie. When we started we had an exercise warm up in partners, All you have to do is get a partner so you could try each others knees with your hands. The next warm up game we played was just like boxing but you have to touch each others shoulders with your hands. But you need to be quick, after that we played octopus as normally but we did it with some Year 5's and Year 6's. The last game we played i did not know looked a bit interesting. You have to go to a flag or a cone but you have to stand the opposite way but in a line. When the person runs over the line you cant go past the line to get him or her you have to push someone lightly so that they can catch the person.
Wednesday, 14 December 2016
This collage shows images of me through out 2016. Some of these images shows my work and others show me at the Museum or at Tamaki Collage for tech. I have put these images from when we started from term 1 to term 4.
Wednesday, 7 December 2016
Tuesday, 6 December 2016
On friday Ls2 went to tamaki collage to make rockets. We all worked step by step with Mr Dunn so we could get things done quick. The photos we putted on was put in order from when we started to finnish. We did not have time to finish but we did have fun.
On Friday LS2 went to Tamaki collage to make rockets. When we went we all started of with a simple paper rocket that Mr Dunn showed us. When we have made them we had to go in the hallway so we could record our flight c.m how for it went. At the end we did not have time to finish it of but we did get to see Mr dunns and Mrs Ferguson's rockets.
Today for reading we did a task that talks about our prior knowledge. We we had to use knowledge to answer each questions about what people used to travel on land or over seas. Our ideas we came up in our head because we weren't aloud to search on google to find out information or facts. Here's a link to multi model site. https://sites.google.com/a/panmurebridge.school.nz/digital-footsteps-2016/kuaka-is-their-migratory-journey-necessary